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Song Parodies -> "Chattin' With Mr. E."

Original Song Title:

"Dancing With Mr. D."

Original Performer:

The Rolling Stones

Parody Song Title:

"Chattin' With Mr. E."

Parody Written by:

Alvin Rhodes

The Lyrics

this tune is about mister ed, the talking horse, of course, of course
down in the barnyard...a stable exists
there lives a beast...who's oh so slick
he's full of guile...but here is the twist
he speaks in my tongue...its quite a cool trick
you all know his name...he's called mr. e.
he has his own show...that you can watch on TV
humans claim that horses...can't talk a lick
the one on my hands...can jaw quite a bit

horse will be chattin'...chattin'...eloquently
chattin'...chattin'...clear as can be
chattin' horse ?...you'll be finding me...
chattin' with mr e.

we'll be conversin'...time we will pass
he sometimes talks slow...and other times fast
he's bright i must say...but he can show spite
when neighbors come on over...he will seal lips tight
shyly in the corner...he seems unwitty
when we're all alone once more...he talks till giddy

horse will be chattin'...chattin'...eloquently
chattin'...chattin'...clear as can be
chattin' horse ?...you'll be finding me...
chattin' with mr e.

one night we were rappin'...in his stall in the back
for a chat he loves...got a knack for that
he speaks to me daily...this thoughts verbalized
at first it seemed strange...to find him so wise
i can't tell the friends...that come to my home...
that he has this skill...so it stays unknown
how that horsey's...lexicon grows
i've been chattin' with mr. e.

horse will be chattin'...chattin'...eloquently
chattin'...chattin'...clear as can be
chattin' horse ?...you'll be finding me...
chattin' with mr e.

chattin'...chattin'

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Chris Pollman - January 14, 2008 - Report this comment
haha, nicely done.
alvin - January 14, 2008 - Report this comment
thanks chris
littleCupCakes - January 14, 2008 - Report this comment
Even the stallion so fierce, always spoke, through his silence to ~ Les Tois Freres Chevaliers ~ du Campagna: ~ Dominition ~ CrowBar ~ BigGypsy. May you all 'fly in the sky' forever above us!
2Eagle - January 14, 2008 - Report this comment
You remember well. Is that show on cable by any chance?
alvin - January 14, 2008 - Report this comment
thanks littleCC....very poetic comment.........thanks 2eagle...don't think i've seen this show being shown anywhere...but....can't say i've exactly looked either
AFW - January 14, 2008 - Report this comment
Yup, Mr. Ed and good ole Wilbur...takes me back..good stuff
alvin - January 14, 2008 - Report this comment
thanks AFW...i was about 8 when this show came out....i dug it...don't tell anyone but i watched "my mother the car" too
Stan Hall - January 14, 2008 - Report this comment
While laughing a laugh prefixed by “horse” / Your song I with triple 5s endorse / Without a twist of arm or force … I love Mr. Ed. :-)
alvin - January 15, 2008 - Report this comment
thanks stan....nice mini-parody of yours......ed was indeed the DEFINITIVE talking horse...wondered if he ever had a conversation with francis the talking mule

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